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3d2n Bohol Countryside Tour And Beach Package

3d2n Bohol Countryside Tour And Beach Package Packages
Country: Philippines
City: Bohol
Duration: 3 Day(s) - 2 Night(s)
Tour Category: Beach Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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3D 2N Bohol Countryside and Beach Package

Bohol, Philippines


3 days beachfront accommodation in Dumaluan Beach Resort

Daily buffet breakfast

Private airport transfers

Private Bohol Countryside Tour with Buffet Filipino Lunch

Destinations: Blood Compact Site, Baclayon Church, Tarsier Conservation Site, Butterfly Sanctuary, Man-made Forest, Chocolate Hills (with optional additional ATV ride), Python Encounter, Sevilla Hanging Bridge, and Buffet Lunch on the Loboc River Cruise Tour.

All taxes and fees

Private English-speaking driver and tour guide


Bohol Island ranks among the best destinations in Southeast Asia as few places on earth combine natural beauty with interesting man-made structures so well. One day can be spent trekking through the jungle, spotting some of the world's oldest primates while the next can be spent admiring the island's colonial architecture and the next lazing on a beautiful beach.


The Chocolate Hills are perhaps the most sought-out attraction, followed a close second by the island's surreal caves and rock formations. This unusual geographical formation consists of 1,776 hills spread over an area of more than 50 sq km. Their name comes from the way the grass that covers them turns brown during the dry season.

Panglao Island has an incredible richness in marine biodiversity and a varying terrain that consists of hills and plains. It’s this natural beauty that put it on the list as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Situated southwest of Bohol and east of Cebu, it’s easily accessed via a short boat trip from either island, or you can drive there over the bridges from Tagbilaran City.

The Philippine Tarsier Foundation aims to protect one of the smallest primates on Earth. Tarsiers are no bigger than an adult man's hand. Sadly, they face extinction due to the deforestation of their natural habitat. Take the opportunity to go and visit the tarsiers in their natural habitat and observe the way they live.

The Sandugo Blood Compact Shrine was built to commemorate the peace treaty between Spanish explorer Miguel Lopez de Legazpi and Datu Sikatuna of Bohol on 16 March 1565. It signified the bond shared between the Filipinos and Spaniards and is considered the first treaty to represent their international relations. The name “Sandugo” means 'one blood'.

Baclayon Church is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines, dating back to the 16th century. It’s been remodeled and rebuilt a few times since finally sticking with its current form in 1717

Hinagdanan Cave, Located on the island of Panglao, Hinagdanan Cave has an impressive number of beautiful stalactites and stalactites, making it very popular with photographers.

The Camogan Falls are among the best and most popular of Bohol's waterfalls. The soaring height of the falls gives the impression that they consist of one straight drop when they are in fact made up of 3 tiers some 45 meters high. The green backdrop to the fall consisting of trees and shrubs helps the scenery to be truly breathtaking, but reaching the top should be left to experienced rock climbers.

Mag-Aso Falls are very easily enjoyed, being right in the heart of Antequera. Steps have been built so there is less of a risk involved in reaching and leaving the waterfall. The name derives from the Visayan term ‘Aso’ meaning smoke, in reference to the water vapor that emerges from the cascading waters, which is simply spectacular.

Whatever your preference in attractions, Bohol's charm will not fail to seduce you.

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